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Hasturifyx 01-24-2017 10:42 AM

Are the AIO water cables long enough to fit it into the front of a 750D?
 
I want to buy a corsair AIO cooler, not sure which one yet , but I want to mount it into the front of my 750D. All pictures I can find online are of AIO coolers mounted to the top, and because the 750D is quite a large case, I'm afraid that the actual water cables that connect the radiator to the cooling block aren't long enough to reach the CPU. Thoughts/experiences? This might be a dumb question, but these AIO's aren't cheap, just making sure.

red-ray 01-24-2017 10:55 AM

Why don't you wish to top mount the radiator?
 
Why don't you wish to top mount the radiator given you can in a 750D?

I feel top mount with the fans exhausting hot air is better than front mounting and pushing hot air into the case.

The H110i is the best cooler and the only one I would use.

Hasturifyx 01-24-2017 12:21 PM

I always heard the same thing regarding radiator placement, however, I just saw Bitwit's latest video (I'll link it at the bottom), and while I know that every situation is different, I want to make sure I purchase an AIO that fits in front and top, so that I can see what works best in my case.
I would still install fans at the top to exhaust hot air.

Thanks for the advice regarding best AIO's though, I've always only used the stock cooler so far.



red-ray 01-24-2017 12:49 PM

The tubes on my CoolIT H110iGT (old model of H110i) and my Asetek H80iGT are both 37cm, further the H110iGT ones are far more flexible, so if any Corsair AIO will fit it will be the H110i. I expect all the other coolers also have 37cm tubes.

You may like to read http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?p=796027

Hasturifyx 01-24-2017 01:33 PM

Awesome, thank you very much for the information!

repo79 01-31-2017 01:28 AM

Glad i watched this, my aio will be put in the front on my case


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